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. but at penn state, the transgressions were far worse. >> jerry sandusky is charged with molesting eight boys. >> where were the authorities? >> this is not a case about football or universities. it's a case about children who have had their innocence stolen from them. >> reporter: a child sex abuse scandal involving former penn assistant coach jerry sandusky led to the firing of joe paterno. a legacy six decades in the making is in shambles. bernie fine, assistant basketball coach at syracuse for the past six years, was fire department after allegations emerged -- fired after allegations, merged that he molested six children. in the nfl and nba, they were struggling through contracts. and tragedy on the race track when indycar driver dan weldon was part of a car crash that caused the husband and father of two to die. and good-bye to joe frazer. one of the best athletes of all time. packers' quarterback aaron rogers emerging from the shadow of brett favre to lead green bay to a super bowl title. dirk nowitzki from germany, taking the dallas mavs to its first nba title again the team that feat
started to allude to to the case of bernie fine at syracuse and jerry sandusky at penn state. now you have children involved. in a presidential campaign, allegations come up, smeome peoe have fun with. these were not fun. >> it was sickening. >> it's a sad state of affairs when there needs to be parental guidance for people to watch a newscast. >> tiger woods, wall to wall with that. >> indeed. and the dart here goes to espn that had an audiotape of the syracuse coach for over a year -- >> no, eight years -- >> eight years. i'm sorry. >> the top executive said we didn't have enough, we didn't have a corroborating source. these are tough calls. >> if that audiotape had been of herman cain it would have been on senior citizen that day. >> the event -- on cnn that day. >> the event was even though the allegations were credible and the story was serious, we sought initially a backlash again the media. many people in the penn state community in particular felt the media was overplaying the story and going overboard, we even saw the demonstrations from people. >> that was until jerry sandusky we
about it -- anthony weiner, dsk, herman cain, jerry sandusky, the campaign, donald trump, michele bachmann, rick perry, newt gingrich. the world stage, turmoil in tunisia, in egypt, in libya, in syria. we'll examine whether the media's coverage of these fast-moving events has been serious, sensational, or superficial, a year-end report card of sorts. plus, a conversation with ben smith, who's leaving "politico" for buzzfeed. what is that? >>> and a look back at our most provocative interviews of 2011. i'm howard kurtz, and this is the christmas day edition of "reliable sources." >>> it's been a better year for scandal. some sleazy, some superficial, all devoured by the media. perhaps the most chilling came from the world of sports. first at penn state, then at syracuse university with popular coaches accused of horrendous acts. >> in retrospect, i -- you know, i shouldn't have showered with these kids. >> what's it? >> yeah, well, that's what hits me the most. >> are you a pedophile? >> no. >> another major scandal involved a global media corporation, the one run by rupert murdoch
with the trial of jerry sandusky and civil lawsuits all over the place and i think there will be a profound rebuilt. dark yearr for penn state football. >> you think we could see more scandals . wuter we'll see them looking hard for the immunity. >> that is a somber note and certainly a huge story in 20111. thank you, panel. we'll mark all of those and see who did welll. see you next wike and we'll check out panel plus. fox news sunday.comand post it before noon eastern time. up next. a which christmas day. power player of the week. on my journey across america, i've learned that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> it's become a christmas tradition to share the story of how one family found a way to express the true meaning of the holiday season it is it a move of generosit yelove for our country. it is our power player of the week. >> we ha
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